Auberge de la Quatr'Heurie
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285 km today Fuel €10.34 , €10.40 Headed towards the mountains, scenery changed after about 1 hours driving. Dropped lisa helmet and cracked the gopro. Once we hit the Swiss boarded the views where amazing. Had lunch in a supermarket car park, sandwiches. Geneva was 33 degrees c . Very hot in bike gear. Arrives at hotel around 3.30pm and again went straight into the pool. Chamonix is just beautiful. Had lovely meal in town centre €56. £75.70 ...
... I was very excited as you can hear in the attached video!! hahahaha
We got to go into town to have a shop and a bite to eat before we were to met for our free Scenic Lake Cruise (which Cosmos shouted us all due to the ferry strike:))
I had taken my sneakers up the mountain and as our luggage was gone, I wanted a pair of jandles, so headed into town and found a shop but my lord this place is very very expensive!!! I ...
Today it was back to mounting those instruments of torture for a ride through the burgundy countryside through the vineyards of Beaune. It was a pretty little joint about 20 mins train ride from Dijon. After a quick ride through the city to a shop to get some lunch off we went through the hills (hills being the operative word). On the way through the country side i came across a really familiar marker (joelene was the first to spot it). It was ...
Sunday morning. Sunny and warm headed towards hot. Church bells pealing from time to time. I have done my morning’s wood scraping and am retired from outside chores til it cools off in the late afternoon.
Thursday I went for an afternoon bike ride, just an hour. I was looking for as lightly trafficked road as possible. I left St Jean de Losne by way of a bike path, slipped through the roundabout at St Usage (which is the small ...
... barge was moored at the town of Seurre. We had time for showers and refreshment before heading into town to a cremerie for a cheese tasting: four local cheeses (including some from the Citeaux) and the not local Rochefort (which the French call the king of cheeses) accompanied by some very agreeable wines.
Day 5: Cycling to Beaune (28 kilometres) and by train to Chalonne
The following day, warm but under a grey sky, we rode through pleasant but unexceptional countryside ...